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Do you know what STEM stand for? Can you name a STEM career?
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The story of America doesn’t start when the English colonized the country in 1607 – in fact, they weren’t the first Europeans to arrive, or even the first people to live here.
Scientists and engineers often work on the same teams and think about similar questions, but they are guided by different (but related) processes.
“It’s aliiiiive!” That memorable line was in “Frankenstein” the movie, but it wasn’t in the book.
Take your class on a virtual field trip to Africa!
What can the coffee roasting process teach us about math?
If you knew more about tangent vectors, do you think you could escape the clutches of a zombie?
In this video from The Human Spark, Alan Alda talks with Dr. Todd Preuss on the subject of the brain and how it functions.
In this lesson based on NOVA’s "Mystery of the Senses: Vision,” students explore how their eyes receive visual information from the world around them, and how our brain makes sense of it.
What was Abraham Lincoln’s life like before he became our 16th President?
In recognition of Hispanic Heritage Month, which continues until Oct. 15, teach your students the stories of U.S. Latinos and how they inform the broader American narrative.
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